In addition, Denver waived rookie guard Tim Duckworth.
Fenton (6-foot-4, 295 pounds) is a rookie center who played 42 career games (31 starts) in four seasons at Colorado. He played six games (5 starts) for the Buffaloes as a senior in 2006 and received honorable mention All-Big 12 Conference recognition from the Associated Press. Fenton started all 13 games during his sophomore and junior seasons at Colorado, receiving first-team all-conference recognition (Big 12 coaches) following his junior campaign in 2005. That season, he played a team-high 799 snaps from scrimmage. An All-Southern California selection as a senior at Westchester High School in Los Angeles, Fenton was born Nov. 14, 1983.
Pace (5-foot-10, 194 pounds) is a rookie kicker who was a semifinalist for the Lou Groza Award (nation's top kicker) and received All-Atlantic Coast Conference recognition during each of his final three seasons at Virginia Tech. A former walk-on, Pace finished his collegiate career ranked third in Virginia Tech history in career scoring (310 pts.) and set an ACC record for career field goal accuracy (58-of-68 / .853) in 51 games played for the Hokies. He also made 22 consecutive field goals from 2005-06, marking the second-longest streak in ACC history. A four-year letterman as a kicker and punter at Kellam High School in Virginia Beach, Va., Pace was born Nov. 11, 1983.
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